Old Lada at Belorussky Railway Station
Old Lada car moving at Belorussiky railway station in the nice spring day with blue sky and white clouds. Ladas eventually became the people's brand and the most popular cars in the former Soviet Union.
The building of Belorussky Railway Station was erected in 1870 and reconstructed in 1909. Located at Belorusskaya metro station (Circle line) on the area between Tverskaya street and Leningradsky prospect (avenue), it is considered one of Moscow's nicest railway stations. At the end of WWII, in summer 1945, the station became the place for the meeting of Red Army soldiers, the winner returning back with glory from Berlin, the knocked down Nazi Germany. In the present day, most of the trains from Moscow to Europe depart from this terminal.
Photo #051 taken on May 22, 2004
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